Marine animals adjust their lives to the weather just like you do.
The Bay Area is famous for its microclimates. Learn about the patterns of rain, sun, and wind that make our home what it is.
Forecasters thought it would be hot in San Francisco over Labor Day — meaning, you know, in the high 80s. Instead it was 106. What happened?
Hot weather can be tough on our local wildlife, including wild bees. But you can help by making a safe “watering hole” for tiny pollinators.
Current climate change research suggests California’s weather could become even more variable than in the past, a “new normal” of drier dry periods punctuated by wetter winter storms.
Is California’s drought caused by “natural variability” or was it much more likely to happen under climate change?
Somewhere between animation and photography, Swiss-born Simon Christen has found his happy place: time-lapse photography. His “day job” is as an animator for Pixar Studios in Emeryville. But in his “spare time” he has found widespread recognition through his series … Read more
Was California’s record-breaking 2013-2015 drought a window into the future?
The forecast calls for big rain this weekend from an “atmospheric river,” a plume of moisture stretching thousands of miles across the Pacific and splashing onto land right smack on the Northern California coast.
As drought stretches on in California, local plants and animals are falling back on their evolutionarily honed behaviors for outlasting the dry.
With all the cold and moist days we’ve had lately, it’s the perfect time to experience winter’s tule fog, a different variety than summer’s ocean-borne type.